Rezvani Motors Shows First Image of Beast’s Interior
When I first saw the image above, I thought that this is some sort of cheap game construction for games like the Need for Speed or (the future) Mad Max. Then I spotted the huge amount of carbon fiber and the emblem on the steering wheel which said so much. This is Rezvani Motors's emblem with the wings representing the aviation roots, and the racing stripes and steering wheel displaying company's passion for driving.
If you hear for the first time for this company, it is based in California, and its simple mission is to create the lightest, highest performing car on the market … but at a reasonable price of around $150 000 USD. Whether it is possible or not, we can't comment on that. Still the goal is great.
Last year we have seen the first images of the Beast, the name of the first vehicle in company's history. The supercar is uses the Ariel Atom chassis, features carbon fiber body and will be driven by either the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine producing 315 hp (235 kW) or the supercharged 2.4-liter unit with 500 hp (372 kW). Driving the rear wheels will be the six-speed manual transmission.
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So basically, this is Beast's interior and it has just been teased. As we can see, there is as little equipment as possible due to the low price and lightweight. The big question is what we see inside?
The answer: Apple CarPlay for Seamless Smartphone Integration. Yes, this means that your iPhone multimedia could be effortlessly integrated into the vehicle. This will also allow the capability of sending and receiving calls and texts, use of Siri voice control software and music streaming, and even more.
Although the accent of Rezvani Motors was on the technology, we see that the interior will sport a carbon-fiber gear-shift lever and steering-wheel, leather wrapped dash and alloy pedals.
At last, the other great news is that the company will release the Beast in June, so we don't have to wait much longer.
Source: Rezvani Motors